Redwood Creek Challenge Trail


This is a huge children’s play area set in the California redwoods. There are plenty of fun things for kids to do along the trail. They can go through a redwood tree, play on the rock slide, cross the suspension bridges, climb rock cliffs, check out animal prints, and more. In addition, the Wilderness Explorers’ Camp has opened at Redwood Creek Challenge Trail, featuring Russell and Dug from “Up”.  As you enter the trail, you’ll be met by Dug, the friendly dog.  The trail features Wilderness explorer activities through which kids can earn merit badges.  At the Ahwahnee Camp Circle, kids can participate in a special ceremony with Russell and graduate to Senior Wilderness Explorers.

Restrictions /Accessibility:

Accessible to strollers and wheelchairs/ECVs. Closed captioning.

Height requirement for Cliff Hanger Traverse Rock Climb and Sequoia Smokejumpers Training Tower (zip line): 42” (106 cm) or taller.

Redwood Creek Challenge Trail Reviews

There are currently 3 reviews for Redwood Creek Challenge Trail.

Aug 13, 2012 by ultimate_ed

This is a nice park area with a single point of entry/exit. We probably spent an hour letting the kids run around the different stations and earning their "badges". Rockwall, tire swings, ...

Jun 26, 2009 by pjhorton21

If your kids have a little extra energy, this place is a great way to burn it off. Rope climbs, suspension bridges, a rock wall, cave, a tire slide and a brother Bear show. We let the kids roam freely...

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